I’ve been married almost eight years ago and I can still vividly remember the excitement that went with it. The year long preparation was fun yet, stressful. Nevertheless, the fun outweighed the stress as I had the chance to work with event planners that were very efficient and such a delight to work with. There was one thing that I handled myself, and didn’t allow anyone to pick for me. It was our wedding invitation.
Wedding Invitations selection turned out to be kind of complicated simply because I had a very fickle mind. Whenever I deviated I always reminded myself that the wedding was formal thus, the wedding invitation should follow. Needless to say, I was contented with my choice and I was pleased to know that the recipients from the save the date to thank you cards and on to our wedding invitation, were delighted and couldn’t stop raving about it.
Recently, I was surfing and stumbled upon 1st-class-wedding-invitations.com and I was amazed at the selection of wedding invitations they have. There’s a wide variety of designs and they are presented by theme which makes it easy for someone to find what they are interested in. Should I be looking into having a wedding invite done right now, I would still prefer a formal wedding invitation. I’m a traditional girl, what can I say. Care to see what I picked among the formal invites? It would be this one.
I don’t know, but I’m just drawn to this design. It’s sleek and elegant. The patterned paper is so unique; just one of a kind. I would for sure request a lined envelope and probably change the font. It is just awesome and it evokes class yet, looks uncluttered and simple. I would for sure order the whole ensemble from the announcement card, response card, reception card and the critical thank you card. Many brides skip the thank you card altogether and settle for store bought ones, but not me. I did have the whole nine yards.
Should I be celebrating my 25th anniversary, I will for sure check out 1st-class-wedding-invitations.com. Yeah, I have a long way to go, you might be saying now, but at least I’m looking ahead positively.